Hotel Nuevo Portil Golf
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... have about a 45 minute conversation with her about many aspects of life in Portugal. She talked about how desperate times have been here in Portugal for the last 7 years with an unemployment rate around 30% - this doesn’t include all of the young people who have left the country to find work elsewhere. This unemployment rate is 3-4 times higher than in Canada. People who do have jobs are working very long hours for very little pay – around $800 per month. But ...
I headed out with 3 ships for the purpose of finding mainland in China, I was convinced it was nearby.
Today is April 30, about 5 months have passed since I arrived at Hispaniola. I have arrived to Cuba, I sailed cost but I haven't found anything new so I have decided to leave.
We started the day with a visit to a cork factory, which was most interesting! Especially the huge six-foot high piles of bark in the parking lot that had been harvested from the cork oak trees in the region. Portugal has about half of the cork oaks in the world, followed by Spain. The bark can only be harvested from a tree every nine years, and the first harvest doesn't ...
... a table at the Bob Dylan concert with a very nice British couple last night, and had agreed to have dinner together tonight. They drove to a rather plain roadside restaurant about five miles away, and we were able to get a table outside. It was delicious! I had sea bream, that must have been caught today. And lots of Vino Verde, the Portuguese wine I like so much.
Notice that we have not set foot in our rental car since our ...
... to have them take us on three half-day tours to see the local sights; they would pick us up at 830 AM each morning.
Last night we found out that the hotel serves breakfast at 9 AM, but we managed to steal a cup of coffee and a piece of bread before meeting Margarida and Robrecht, our guides. In their forties, she an architect and he an historian, they had recently relocated from the Netherlands to the Algarve and decided ...